Back in Leicester City’s first-team after being shunned by Brendan Rodgers, Jannik Vestergaard is enjoying himself with Enzo Maresca in charge, as the Foxes top the table.

The centre-back is also back in the Denmark squad, which he’s delighted about, but all this has also brought some interest from clubs, such as Anderlecht.

This is what HLN are reporting on Tuesday, relayed by Walfoot, who explain that a recent injury to Jan Vertonghen caused the Belgian side to think about signing a new centre-back, just in case something serious were to happen to the former Tottenham man or Zeno Debast.

That’s where the Leicester player comes in, as HLN recalls Anderlecht were already interested in him over the summer, and that is unlikely to have changed.

As well as Vestergaard, Viborg defender Nicolas Bürgy is also likely on the list, but it’s also pointed out that anyone who would arrive in January would have to be patient, as the idea would be for Vertonghen and Debast to finish the season together.

Whether that’s a situation the Leicester player would want to join remains to be seen, especially when taking into account the fact his team are topping the Championship and he is a key player with Maresca.